About Me

As a Registered Holistic Nutritionist, wife and mother of 5 children; all of my content isn’t just what I teach – but what I live day in and day out. 

It wasn’t too long ago that I was seeing 7 different doctors, having countless tests, multiple medications and ‘buckets’ of supplements – but no one had an answer for why I felt so so tired, down, depleted and drained (‘hello stress!’).  As I tried to get myself better I was digging a deeper hole, because I didn’t know what I was doing…
You might be wondering why my health had derailed to this extent when I was only 40 years old?  I have my own theory – maybe some of this resonates with you…
Well now I know!  After studying nutrition and building my practice for nearly a decade – I am  following my passion to focus on helping moms like you / like me stay healthy, energetic and strong while raising children with special needs.  
I am currently working on a variety of online programs and services designed just for you Special Moms.


I am so fortunate to do what I love and to be living a healthy life while caring for my family.   I am not telling you this to brag – I’m telling you this because I want you to know you can do it too!

Here we are on the Brooklyn Bridge!






Giving Back

Elephant Space is a non-profit organization that provides a drop-in games-based after school program for youth ages 12 – 15, providing them the opportunity to be supported and have the sense of belonging.

This free drop-in program runs out of the Wellesley Community Centre in downtown Toronto.

In addition to board games, they provide snacks, help with homework and mentorship as well as giving youth the opportunity to chat, relax and feel better in a safe space while forming meaningful relationships.

Elephant Space was founded by Milan Seki in June of 2016 and was inspired from her experience of being bullied in middle school.

I found Milan’s focus and perseverance inspiring – she identified a gap (youth aged 12 – 15) where these children are often on their own, too old for daycare and too young to join the work force.  Milan plans on opening up more centres across Toronto.



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